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de delitos relacionados con la internet y los latinos son los afectados... tambien:. vuelve la tension entre colombia y nicaragua, ahora ambos paises se acusan de violar sus respectivas soberanias..... condiciones atmosfericas agradables para este fin de semana, enterese cuando esperamos precipitaciones, despues de la pausa... como informamos en la primera parte esta noche el democrata joe biden y el republicano paul ryan se enfrentaran en kentucky, en un debate vicepresidencial, que adquirio gran importancia tras el buen desempeno de mitt romney en el primer duelo presidencial... para analizar el encuentro estamos en compania del analista politico emilio viano... profesor bienvenido!! ! .. buenas tardes, avanza la semana laboral, avanza el otoÑo y las condiciones atmosfericas han estado muy agradables durante esta semana... continuara la temperatura estable y la buena noticia es que se espera un pequeÑo incremento este fin de semana... actualmente la temperatura es de 62 grados con un cielo mayormente despejado y el viento soplando en rafagas ligeras desde el norte esta noch
the widest gap. it is something we are being attentive to. african-american, latino, native american and samoan. and while the district overall trend was 10% growth, what you notice over a five-year trend is african-american growth has bested the district average of 13% improvement, latino at 10% equal to the district's growth, native american at 14%, and samoan at 11%. the next slide is similar, but in the content area of mathematics on the state test. again, 8.2% district overall growth trend, african-american comparison 13% growth over five years, latino 10%, native american 7, and samoan 11%. >> superintendent, i'm just wondering if there is anyway maybe later on to get the numbers of where the anglo and asian-american students are. >> okay. so, maybe in this next slide, we get to that point. so, this next slide is actually on the english language arts achievement gap. so, what's highlighted in this one are two line graphs, one for african-american/latino, and the top line graph actually represents the district average. and what i want to point out is, again, a different way to r
entre los latinos, el presidente sigue siendo el preferido en la contienda electoral aunque el verdadero reto sera que todos los hispanos que le apoyan salgan a votar el 6 de noviembre. las encuestas solo ponen en papel lo que los expertos -y los propios candidatos saben: que esta sera una cerrada y candente eleccion. ahora la expectativa esta en nueva york, donde la semana proxima obama y romney volveran encontrarse de frente en otro debate. en washington, mynellies negron, para termometro electoral. faltan pocos dias para que venza la fecha de inscripcion para votar...este fin de semana habra una serie de actividades para asistir a hispanos elegibles... si todavia no se ha inscrito para votar... no espere mas... hagalo ya!!! en virginia, el periodo de inscripcion vence este lunes 15 de octubre... "a los latinos que siempre nos hemos guardado todo para el ultimo dia, estamos tratando de que ellos lleguen para que puedan manifestar su intension de voto" este fin de semana, grupos comunitarios corren contra el reloj para inscribir a mas hispanos elegibles para votar. .. "estamo
define al hispano o latino. este es su noticiero univisiÓn con jorge ramos y marÍa elena salinas. >>> buenas noches, estados unidos estÁ bajo amenaza, por 2 brotes serios. unsal r es salmonella y otro meningitis. a pesar de las advertencias sanitarias y por productos sospechoso. este lunes habÍa mÁs personas sufriendo de las enfermedades, y mÁs estados afectados. incluyendo 9 que tienen ambos brotes. hablaremos mÁs adelante de la salmonella y comenzamos con la mortal meningitis. que a pesar de no ser contagiosa, tiene mÁs de 200 personas sufriÉndola. lourdes del rÍo nos cuenta. >>> el brotes de meningitis se complica la fda ha dicho que otras 2 drogas producidas son responsables casos de meningitis micotica. esta es la farmacia que es el epicentro. >>> varios pacientes que han tenido inyecciones, de las articulaciones o los mÚsculos de esteroi esteroides se han llamado y algunos han venido preocupados. >>> la preocupaciÓn es nacional 15 estados no hay casos y las autoridades de salud luchan contra el reloj para contactar a contagiados. >>> a nivel, donde estÁn los medi
month for dedicated effort to celebrate and to empower latino educators and family to be sure that the school district is responsive to the community. and i also want to acknowledge secretary, ester casco. [ applause ] >> so there is no public speakers for the sign up for this. any comments from the board? >> commissioner mendoza? >> i do want to comment and i want to thank both of you for bringing this forward and it is an important acknowledgment in our community in i want to acknowledge that our mayor as well as speaker pelosi is celebrating over at city hall as we speak and we will be excusing our very own superintendent because he will be receiving the education award on behalf of honoring the month this evening. congratulations. >> miss, lee, yes. >> miss fewer. >> yes. >> miss maufus. >> miss mendoza. >> yes, and the giants won, 1 to 1. >> thank you. >> dr. murase. >> aye. >> miss wynns? >> aye. >> and mr. yee. >> aye. >> is there a representative from lata here in >> yes. >> hello. hi, there, my name is loreta tores and i am the president of lata and one thing that i w
preocupacion el numero de latinos que padecen de sida o estan infectados con el vih..en el dia nacional latino de concientizacion sobre el sida, se busca fortalecer los programas de prevencion.. en el 2004, fue diagnosticado con el virus del vih.... y desde entonces su vida cambio.... "no era aceptado, no me aceptaba a mi misma, por el simple hecho por mi familia, amistades, el que diran, la sociedad, mi trabajo" los hispanos representan el 19 por ciento de las personas infectadas con el virus en este pais...y 20- por ciento de los nuevos casos cada aÑo... en washington, la iniciativa de liderazgo contra el sida busca mecanismos para fortalecer los programas de prevencion... "por los medios de comunicacion masiva y tambien en una serie de actividades con los medios de comunicacion sociales, tanto twitter, como facebook, por medio de las paginas de internet que la comunidad tenga acceso a esta informacion" segun el centro de control y prevencion de enfermedades, uno de cada 50 hispanos sera diagnosticado con el vih en algun momento de su vida... entre los jovenes, la situacion es preocupante..
of targeting key groups like students, women and latino voters. our political team writing one of the most powerful underkurnlt currents of this election is the democratic advantage for the democrats. every poll has found and the bottom line, demography is an advantage for president obama and a challenge for mitt romney. let me bring in the senior political editor, mark murray. mark prior to the poll last week we saw hugely with women. that's closed depending on the polls we've looked at. we continue to see a huge leak with the president with the latino voters. the issue is demographics in the latino community shows up to vote if they support the president. >> that's right. enthusiasm does matter, but in a way look at this election is demography, is destiny. the nbc/"wall street journal" pollsters did something interesting where they merged the data from this summer as well as the two big sur vas in september and measured it with the exit polls from 2008. actually, it showed some erosion for president obama from 2008 with white independents. those folks obama narrowly lost in 2008 and he's
and students that african-american, latino and pacific islanders were receiving a different quality of education. in 2007 we found that african-americans were ranked dead last in api scores for all major urban school districts in california. this was the low below even special education students in their api scores for [speaker not understood]. the next year coleman fought for the board of education to close the achievement gap. that resolution to ensure the upcoming district strategic plan was focused on addressing the racial achievement grape in inequity in our school. thankfully the board passed that unanimously. however, the gap has widened, especially for african-american students. many of you might have seen the report that came out talking about the 2011 released analysis comparing the progress of california school districts. unfortunately san francisco received an overall grade of d. and in particular the african-american students as it relates to sfusd, we ranked 127 out of 128. i want to have one of our parent leaders, olivia gudeau, give a statement. >> hi, my name is o
: in highland park in northeast los angeles, and it was predominantly a latino community. >> host: mostly illegal? >> guest: i think it was a combination, yeah, there were a lot of immigrant families, but, you know, there were also the legal and illegal families. >> host: how did the legals view the illegals? >> guest: i'm not too sure about that because as a child, i don't think i was too aware of that kind of response from the adults, but what i do remember the most is being shocked when i got to school that most of the kids in my classroom were dark skin, and they looked just like me and had names like garcia and hernandez, and they could speak a language i couldn't speak. that was shocking to me because they looked exactly like me, and, yet, they weren't. i would say that was probably the first time i was really aware of the fact that they were latinos, but they were different from me. >> host: you were in esl classes? english as a second language classes? >> guest: yeah. >> host: was that a second class citizen type thing? being in that class? >> guest: definitely, being an esl stude
to these classes. these students, african-american, latino, islanders specifically were not given those classes, integrated science or integrated math which could get you to graduation, but could never get you to college. that a through g graduation requirement gave them access, so, that's one fabulous thing about this graduation requirement. the other thing is it gives them opportunity. quite frankly, d or better gives them no opportunity. a d or better says will not get them into college. a d or better. and quite frankly it's even cs and d at some colleges. so, d or better is actually not an adequate, i think, level to say that we have graduated with all fairness, have graduated our students prepared to college or a job because d or better is not prepared for college or a job. so, as a board i think if we're going to be looking at this graduation requirement should it be c or better or d or better. we're giving the numbers for both to see how much work we have to do. i think you can see on the chart even with the d or better we have much, much more work to do. this talks with black migration,
does the african-american, latino community, the samoan community get out of the capital project? what is the unemployment rate of the same people that we're talking about? where do you spend your money? because you can't wait till a kid gets to school then all of a sudden he's going to do something and they come up with no money in their house, home. for the parents to help kid. and that's the city and the school district. take a look at how much money that went towards communities that we are talking about. it's cause and effect. if you don't put the money out there in those communities, look what happened out at the school, tearing down the willie brown academy. no blacks. and then you get out here and talk about everything else, but cannot talk about the real problem. the real problem is it's discriminatory and exploitation and lockout of those communities. the black community, the latino community and of course the -- everybody that's locked out. we need to deal with that. now, give me the statistics on that. i heard statistics on everything else. i haven't heard one person mentio
. >>> entre estos desamparados hay inmigrantes o jornaleros latinos, que estÁn sufriendo los embates de la economÍa >>> queremos hacer un sueÑo, y a veces es triste, porque muchos no lo lograran, tu sabes. pero esta gente nos sustenta. y nos han ayudado para salir adelante. >>> esto ayuda mucho, no te mueres de hambre aunque no tengas trabajo pero puedes comer por ahÍ. >>> se encuentran los afroamericanos, en un 50%. >>> arroz frito, papas fritas. >>> y el porcentaje de indigentes hispanos alcanza el 30%. >>> es sorprendente que esta ciudad enÍgmÁtica y glamorosa algunos caminan millonario, por otras hay indigentes y familias enteras duermen en la intemperie. >>> la desapariciÓn de 20 policÍas en saltillo mÉxico genera protestas por parte de sus familia preso. >>> ya comenzÓ la votacion anticipada en varios estados, conozca quien marcha adelante con un sondeo de reuters. >>> convirtiÓ en realidad el >>> hasta la secretaria de gobernaciÓn en la ciudad de mÉxico. llegaron las voces de protestas de personas que ski - en que se investigue la desapariciÓn de 20 policÍas del munic
call it "hot." i'm glad that a traditional latino restaurant will be able to resurface here with other venues coming in. it's very important. i was at a dinner at intercontinental where mayor lee, who is very proud of the business that we created in san francisco as we top destination spot. seems like people come from all over and don't want go back to where they live. he didn't elaborate, but the article elaborated that part of the reason that people want to stay here is for the bars, restaurants and nightlife. i think valencia street corridor epitomizing this and traditional family businesses like la rondalla are just wonderful to have and we need to get the place opened. so thank you very much for your consideration. >> thank you. any other public comment? okay . the matter is with the commission. >> when i moved here in 1982 i lived on 22nd street and valencia. and i ate at la rondalla all the time. it was all the time. so i am happy to move to approve this permit, and wish you good luck. >> do we have an amendment that they provide a security plan? >> i think staff should d
that hasn't come up yet is immigration. we know how important latinos are in the swing states. chris: we asked the matthews meters -- could the obama team have played things smarter after the debacle in denver in that first debate? 11 say yes, they could have done it better. one person said something like, "heck, yeah." and some lodged their votes with multiple exclamation points. including you, john. [laughter] >> i was in all caps with a lot of exclamation points. chris: was it a general sort of hand-wringing? >> yes, both. it was funny and a lot of democrats laughed at it, but it doesn't speak to the lives of real people. one of the challenges is to go back to the format. it's hard to prosecutor a case against the other guy when you're also trying to answer people in the audience. obama is going to get asked, there's going to be one person in the audience, i guarantee it, who's going to be the disappointed obama voter, like he faced in the town hall on cnbc. someone is going to say, you know, i believed in you, i really had invested so much in you, and you've disappointed me so much.
about african americans and latinos now, they make up 50% of the new cases of hiv, so i have to really focus in on this because it's hurting my community in a big way. >> jon: right, right. i think this test now being at home will help i think get away from the stigma. >> jon: absolute, and information is a key and treatment is a key and it's a great thing. how long does it take for rivals to become friendly? you know, i see now you and larry bird, you do shows together. there's a broadway show, you know, ralph frank and boab richardson, the famous home run. it took them a long time to sort of become friends. ali-frazier never quite pulled the trick. these great rivalries. what is the foundation of those relationships? is it respect? is there antagonism that keeps people from being able to put their sports derpses aside. what you have seen? >> the reason you hate the other guy is because he's so good and you do respect him. >> jon: right. >> so-- and you know he can kick your butt at any time. >> jon: right. i feel that way about a large part of the world. >> yes, yes. ( laughter )
-american men, latino men infected on a daily basis. people forget we still have people dying of aids. i had a close friend of mine who recently passed away of aids, michael goldstein, and he was an advocate for hiv prevention for finding a cure for hiv. and you can think of so many michael goldsteins. and dr. colfax and other people mentioned that. their memory lives on. and i think that we owe it to them to continue to recommit ourselves, rededicate ourselves to making sure that we prevent the spread of this disease, and that we do find a cure for this disease. and i just think about, you know, the possibilities with this building. this could well be the place where we do find a cure for aids. and if it's going to happen anywhere, why wouldn't it happen in san francisco? we have always led the way on so many different things. you know, the city of harvey milk is a city that has always recognized the dignity and humanity of every person and it's in line with that spirit that we are here today. and i do want to thank our mayor because as supervisor weaner noted, when the $7 million of fundin
as of late show a strong trend towards mitt romney. host: what do you think about immigrants and the latino community? caller: they have always had a higher percentage of latino voters were voting for republicans than the other states. that is attributed to the elected leaders reaching out to the voters. historically they have had over 40% voting. president bush had over 50%. governor bush would get even 60% of the latino voters. this is not a typical state in terms of latina support. host: this story, immigration reform, the mitt romney softening stance putting of hard-liners. mitt romney, having to walk a fine line between latino voters and keeping his conservative base happy when it comes to cases like immigration. host: he can work on a bipartisan immigration bill that satisfies the conservatives. as the chairman of the american conservative union, i have a lot of input on the issue. basically, look, border security and law and order are key. conservative folks do not like the idea of the legal status in this country. -- illegal status in this country. the devil is in the details, of co
in florida. and just last week, a tampa bay times poll showed governor romney leading among latinos in florida, 46 to 44%. those are impressive poll results, and clearly absolutely crashing into the conventional thinking that hispanic-americans will vote monofor president obama in florida, in settlement, he said republican party is natural home of hispanic voters in either resonating with the voters now or it is being proved true in the latest polling or perhaps both, to top it off, a new "usa today-gallup poll" of the swing states today shows romney with a 5 five point leadn the president, 51 to 46 among likely voters. these are likely voters. and the fact is that lead is pretty extraordinary, again with the battle ground states, but the real headline is that the governor has women to thank for this boost in the poll results. the governor is now tied with the president, 48 to 48%. among women. that is a very big deal indeed, back in 2008, women supported president obama over john mccain by a 1 13 point margin this is likely to have a profound impact on the elect if these trends con
have your experience dealing with the latino women of los angeles, your thoughts? >> guest: my thoughts are that this is a big country, and there's room for everybody, and i also think on a very personal level that we are on this earth to celebrate diversity, not to hate each other, but to respect each other. >> host: uh-huh. you feature in "the invisible wounds of war," the poems of brian turner. explain who he is. >> guest: brian turner. he comes from a military family, and as we know of families whether you're a police family or a fireman or professor or -- he decided to join the army. and he was majoring in literature in college and thinking about writing. and he went to iraq, and he had a totally -- he refers to himself as a witness. and he wrote two wonderful books of poems, one called "hear bullet," and the other is "phantom noise" which was about his experience in the war. they both won awards. i saw them in a magazine, i thought, i have to get to know this man. so we spoke on the phone. i did interview him. i got permission to use his poems. i thought it would be very interesti
to tell you what to do. that is for the hspcu's for doubling their money. it is for the latinos to stay here. we can say hello to our veterans. all of the communities that have a shot. a committee -- president for the 100%, up 47%. virginians in 24 days, as have his back. reelected barack obama. when we think about what is at stake, which cannot be involved unless we are registered to vote. on monday, october 15, that is the registration deadline for virginia. you cannot be part of this process, as you can. you think about what is at stake. many of us have been traveling through virginia. some of us were down in north carolina. usually, you go around and somebody will hand out a lot of different business cards. during that stop, she stopped and she was about to turn around. she realized there was a card in her hand, it was a health insurance card. the woman said that i have cancer. they told me that i have cancer, eye and a pre-existing condition. because of the president, i now have health care and i am now cancer free. i just wanted to say thank you. for the people of the great common
and the president of voter latino. steve, a new political poll shows the president getting high marks for personal likability, as you can see. well ahead of romney. does he risk that likability by going in tomorrow and throwing some punches? >> to a certain extent, but i happen to think that's a little bit of an overrated concern because you saw the opposite. you saw, i think, the strategy the last time was to preserve the likability. entirely different problem developed, and that is the guy just looked weak. he looked like he didn't have any fight, didn't have any life in him. i think there's a hope on viewers' parts they're going to he see the guy has some blood in his veins. if that means pressing romney harder, if that means raising questions about romney's tax plan that he didn't raise in the first debate very aggressively, i think that's a chance at this point -- >> the 47% for example. >> being too nice just gave romney one of the biggest debate bounces we've ever seen. >> maria teresa, in the first debate we heard very little about issues specifically affecting women. now, do you think tho
addressed romney's comment that he would have an easier time getting eelected if he were latino. here's a look at some of the best parts. [ laughter ] >> actually, mitt, that is so true. think of all our hispanic american presidents, george washington, george bush. what if you were just a little bit gay mitt! think of all the advantage that would provide! >> definitely look up that one on line if you want to see the whole thing. she finishes saying the real reason latinos will not vote for romney are that his policies suck. her words not mine. >> american bridge are behind the series and say videos to come will address romney's outrageous lice and out of touch statements. >> the congressional committee has 16 new ads underway for a total of $6 million targeting races in california, colorado, ohio and other competitive states. more bill press is coming up after the break. stay with us. ♪ presents coverage of the presidential debate. with unrivaled analysis and commentary. >> was this the game changer? is this going to change the dynamic? (vo) the only network with real-time reaction
about how he would have a better chance of winning if he were a latino. >> actually, mitt, that is so true. think of all of our hispanic-american presidents from jorge washington to jorge bush uno -- oh, my goodness, what if you were just a little bit gay, mitt! think of all of the advantages that would provide. >> the jewish count similar for education and research in and american bridge 21st century are funding the project. lindsay lohan can endorse mitt romney all she wants but somebody should tell her she needs to vote for him to. she's not registered according to the l.a. county registration office. apparently she has moved recently and has failed to update her voter registration status. she has until next monday in order to do so. we'll be back with more show after the break. stay with us. (vo) what is said here could decide the election. current tv presents coverage of the presidential debate. with unrivaled analysis and commentary. >> was this the game changer? is this going to change the dynamic? (vo) the
voting block, whether it's latino votes, whether it's seniors, that seems to be moving more towards mitt romney in the state of florida? >> well the most recent poll that was out last week by the "tampa bay times," miami herald and bay news 9 had hispanic voters shifting. those would be noncuban his high school. i can explain in a second. rehave a large population of noncuban hispanics in florida who are more independent, who tend to lean more democratic. a lot of them are in the i4 cord der around suburban orlando. they are shifting our polls showed toward mitt romney. the obama people said to our poll that we didn't believe it and they thought that president obama will get and needs to get about 60%, about three of every his five hispanic votes in florida need to goat president's way. they are a big, big part of the election threat in the sunshine state. jenna: the "associated press" had a piece out today about how florida is the top of the top when it comes to ad spending and all those commercials all the time. steve, has it reached the point or maybe weeks ago it reached the point wh
, supporters say this is a great thing, and i'm quoting here saying: the to meet these goals for latino and african-american students, schools will have to finally and quite deliberately focus more attention and resources on them. but you might imagine there is an outcry on this thing by those who oppose this, calling it racist. the chairwoman of the palm beach county school board said, and i'm quoting here: i'm somewhere between utter disgust and anger and disappointment with humanity. the state board's actions essentially are proclaiming racism. a lot of parents and educators in the same boat there, the board says it is going ahead with this thing. megyn: wow. all right, trace, thank you. the debate over the moderator has already started. up next, see why both campaigns are raising concerns about cnn's candy you by and how she plans to carry out her duties. >>> and a teenage girl in pakistan to stood up to taliban thugs, an update on her. megyn: fox news alert. reports that the moderator in tomorrow's night's presidential debate could be going rogue, a development causing unease in bo
throughout the state during this election, and when i speak to latino families, they want the same things we all want. i want to make sure they have a job and job security. they want to have access to affordable health care. they are interested in passing the dream act to allow kids that came here through no fault of their own and they're going to college or are serving in our military to have them pass a legal status. he voted against that act. what he is saying is that if you come back, we will support you. w-- we will deport you. i am in favor of comprehensive immigration reform and i have never heard my opponents say that before. i think it is discriminatory and unconstitutional. that is the difference between us. >> we can agree that we need immigration reform in this country. but perhaps the greenback is not the way to get that done. -- the dream act is not the way to get that done. republicans and democrats have to come together to solve this problem. talking about serving the military, i think you should have a pathway to citizenship. if you are working on your education, we should p
-american unemployment, the lowest latino unemployment ever measured. 22 million new jobs, very low unemployment nationally. instead of ballooning the debt and multiplying it four times over, we have seen the debt actually begun to be paid down. here are some promises that i'll make to you now. i will balance the budget every year. i will pay down the debt every year. i will give middle-class americans tax cuts, meaningful ones. and i will invest in education, health care, protecting the environment and retirement security. we both made promises in this campaign. i promise you i will keep mine. group against group and bring our people together. how dow do it? you establish respect for differences. it's all too easy for somebody in the majority to say we're all the same without an understanding of the different life experience that you've had that others have h. once you have that understanding and mutual respect then we can transcend the differences of the american spirit. i don't know what affirmative access means. i know the governor is against it, i know i'm for it. i know what a hate crime
and ohio in black and latino neighborhoods. we're mobilizing hundreds of thousands 6 folks to call on clear channel and push them to remove these billboards. >> what they're saying is that people have these associations. people who may have been involved with the police think they can't vote when they see these scare tactics. what is the impact of an ad like this tricia, and why is it so outrageous? >> well, this is unbelievably outrawoutrageous. it looks very neutral but by targeting minority communities who have already been discriminated through a widely researched and proven practices where young black men in particular are arrested, harassed and jailed for things that other people are not even seen for and sentenced with long sentences, threatened with a felony builds on already existing discriminatory process. it's incredibly hostile and again it's part of hundreds of years. it's not just the koch brothers. it's not just the recent campaign. african-american voters have been unwelcome at the polls for centuries. i think, thank goodness for rashad's campaign. we really all americans ne
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